Wednesday, April 4, 2007

Patches



Patches was the first cat to be adopted by CalicoMom Toni in the Big Piney Woods and she takes her role as #1 cat seriously. She was a bit suspicious of Mittens when she first came, but got used to her quickly. It took Patches a bit longer to get used to Precious when she first came, probably because Precious was still mostly kitten and is still much more active than Patches was used to. Recently the house in the Big Piney Woods was visited by a pair of Meezer kittens. Patches greeted one of them at first, then decided she was better off upstairs with Mittens.

Patches is the Lady in Charge.
The others obey her, by and large.
If she wants to play,
Then it's OK.
Otherwise it's safer not to charge.

12 comments:

The Meezer Gang said...

Our Mom is fond of Patches, as she reminds Mom of a baby kitty she had when she was little--her name was Patches, too!

Parker said...

Patches is such a great cat! Mommy has a huge soft spot for calicos ('specially since there are two of them that live here!)

Faz the Cat said...

Patches is a lovely calico girl and deserves to have a limerick written about her. FAZ

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

ha ha ha very true. She is a beautiful calico girl.

Daisy said...

Being the lady in charge is an important job! I like Patches.

Forty Paws said...

We luf the Big Piney Woods cats!!! They have wonderful pictures and a beautiful log house and tons and tons and tons of white stuff in the winter.

Luf, Us

Kaze, Latte, or Chase said...

I love Patches!!! She is one of my founding Charmers. She certainly is in charge!

Chase

OreotheCat said...

Abbys puppy is allright...he only ate the food a few times a long time ago.....gthanks for caring! Patches is calico just like my sister whos in heaven, Libby Marie.

Prinnie and Caesar said...

We loooove Patches. She is sooo pretty.
great story, lovely limerick~

~Princess

One of us said...

so true ~Poiland Tribe

Tara said...

A beautiful limerick for a beautiful calico kitty!
Tara

Suzanne said...

excellent excellent work, karen jo! you capture the spirit of each of us so well!

love
suz